Additional file 1: Figure S1. of Temporal dynamics of the tick Ixodes ricinus in northern Europe: epidemiological implications

Average monthly saturation deficit and temperature during the monitoring years. Figure S2. Observed mean abundance of ticks in vegetation per session, from May 2012 to October 2015. Figure S3. Mean number of vole captured per trap-night at each session and in each site, from May 2012 to October 2015. Table S1. Selection table for models explaining the abundance of ticks questing in the vegetation. Figure S4. Predicted number of larvae, nymphs and pooled nymphs and females per 100 m2 of vegetation explained by bank vole abundance. Table S2. Selection table for models explaining the abundance of ticks questing in the vegetation. Table S3. Total number of ticks (per species and stage) collected on voles. Figure S5. Vole infestation per session with I. ricinus larvae and nymphs from May 2012 to October 2015. Table S4. Selection table for models explaining the abundance of infesting larvae. Table S5. Selection table for models explaining the abundance of infesting nymphs. Table S6. Additional model for the abundance of nymphs questing in the vegetation. Table S7. Selection table for the additional model explaining the abundance of questing nymphs. (DOCX 3706 kb)